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The Roots – undun (Track List)

The Roots’ first ever concept album will be released on December 6th, with its first single “Make My” featuring Def Jam labelmate Big K.R.I.T. dropping on iTunes November 1st.

undun is an existential re-telling of the short life of one Redford Stephens (1974-1999). Through the use of emotives and Redford’s internal dialogues the album seeks to illustrate the intersection of free will and prescribed destiny as it plays out ‘on the corner’. Utilizing a reverse narrative arc, the album begins as the listener finds Redford disoriented–postmortem–and attempting to make sense of his former life. As he moves through its pivotal moments he begins to deconstruct all that has led to his (and our own) coming undun.

“At this point in our career we’d like for our work to have a unifying theme, and an experiential quality,” says Ahmir “?uestlove” Thompson, 40. “We’ve been intentionally making our albums shorter in length so that they can be experienced as a continuous work. The music is band-oriented with an eye on the moody cinematic. As a DJ, I am the King of playlists, but I don’t want our albums to feel like a playlist or a mixtape for that matter. We want to tell stories that work within the album format and we want the stories to be nuanced and useful to people. undun is the story of this kid who becomes criminal, but he wasn’t born criminal. He’s not the nouveau exotic primitive bug-eyed gunrunner like Tupac’s character Bishop in “Juice”… he’s actually thoughtful and is neither victim nor hero. Just some kid who begins to order his world in a way that makes the most sense to him at a given moment… At the end of the day… isn’t that what we all do?”

1) Sleep
2) Make My ft. Big K.R.I.T.
3) One Time
4) Kool On
5) The Jump
6) Stomp
7) Lighthouse
8 ) I Remember
9) Tip The Scale
10) Redford

Props: Aqua

Previously: The Roots for John Varvatos F/W 2011 (Video)


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39 Responses to “The Roots – undun (Track List)”

  1. Jersey*made*me Says:

    watching southern hihphop is like watching the special olympics…

    ^^

    LMAO

  2. Jackson7 Says:

    *hugs A Chick*

    *cosigns all southern rappers jumping off of bridges*

  3. I got that Courtney Love for ya' Says:

    Jackson7 Says:
    October 17th, 2011 at 1:09 pm
    So u just gonna jump off the bridge today huh? k.

    ————–

    i ain’…..

    nevermind
    ————-
    Big Pimpin is really a southern track. Jay-Z just happened to be on it.
    So watch ya’ step.

  4. DJ Chase Says:

    So wait Jerz, you clowned on Friday when i dropped the link to that LMFAO song, but you be in spots that Play Perculator…

    Its not quite the same thing, but they’re not that different

  5. DJ Chase Says:

    I also didn’t get the response that I expected when I played Mr. Nice Watch this weekend.

    The people were not fucking with J. Cole. That track almost crushed the momentum i had built up. But i anticipated that, and quickly switched up to Jay’s Is that Yo Bitch.

  6. mcb Says:

    Nice, new Roots album !

  7. Beezy Says:

    People who listen to J. Cole do not go to bars or clubs …

    they go to middle school dances and hay rides

  8. Jackson7 Says:

    be clear Ma’am..

    i HATED “big pimpin”

    after “so ghetto” and “do it again”, i dont really even fuck wit vol 3 too much…

  9. mel kiper III Says:

    The people were not fucking with J. Cole. That track almost crushed the momentum i had built up. But i anticipated that,

    ^
    Roff

    cBc

    narcolepsy rap

  10. I got that Courtney Love for ya' Says:

    DJ Chase Says:
    October 17th, 2011 at 1:14 pm
    I also didn’t get the response that I expected when I played Mr. Nice Watch this weekend.
    ——————-
    Whatever.

    Speaking of, I bet y’all didn’t catch his girlfriend in that Golf Video. She was cute, kinda looks like Megan Good.

  11. absence of heat Says:

    DJ Chase Says:

    October 17th, 2011 at 1:14 pm
    I also didn’t get the response that I expected when I played Mr. Nice Watch this weekend.

    The people were not fucking with J. Cole. That track almost crushed the momentum i had built up. But i anticipated that, and quickly switched up to Jay’s Is that Yo Bitch.

    ^ is there an always go to song, to get the party rocking a gain. Like some shit you keep in a gold case for occasions the shit is dying and you gotta do something drastic?

  12. DJ Chase Says:

    This weekend tho, Howard homecoming. I get to play for all these 18-25 year olds.

    Man, I’ve been waiting to unleash this Gucci Mane set for the longest. Gucci, Wacka, Big Sean, Cole, Wiz gonna be in heavy rotation on Friday

  13. I got that Courtney Love for ya' Says:

    Beezy Says:
    October 17th, 2011 at 1:15 pm
    People who listen to J. Cole do not go to bars or clubs …

    they go to middle school dances and hay rides
    ————-
    yup, ALL 217k of em!

  14. Jersey*made*me Says:

    So wait Jerz, you clowned on Friday when i dropped the link to that LMFAO song, but you be in spots that Play Perculator…

    Its not quite the same thing, but they’re not that different
    ^^

    Totally different!!!

    I’m from a different era than that,that’s pop bullshit. Newark was one of the staples of the beginning of that genre coming outta disco music in the 70’s,there’s a lot of history. That was just some watered down recycled white kids rave shit.

    Ask about Club Zanzibar(NJ) or Paradise Garage(NY)

  15. Chief Ali Says:

    also i’m not one of those uninformed, youtube educated “conspiracy theorists”

    negus gotta do the knowledge on the Adam Weishaupt Illuminati and their role in the French and US “revolutions”, not this Drake owl tattoo to drum up controversy for TMZ type shit

  16. mel kiper III Says:

    smh @ this nigga cOLD doing the electric slide in vegas

  17. Nah'sOnlyWhiteBoy Says:

    I got that dro, drank

    Know I do my thang…….. I move that, coke…….caaaaaaaaaineeee

    You can call me Kenuffffffffff

  18. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    (3) Discovery of the Illuminatti (makes everybody think that there’s a secret group of kizzas who run the world simply because they get together, piss on trees, and listen to the Grateful Dead…news flash…Bill Clinton was the most powerful man in the world for 8 years and it’s widely accepted that all of the “elite” clubs (including the dudes who piss on redwood trees) refused to invite him, so what’s really hood, I guess Bill doesn’t/didn’t really run shit…K…)

    ^ Thats exactly what they want you to believe.

    ^

    K, lemmie get this straight.

    There’s a group called Bohemian Grove.

    Supposedly they’re Killuminatti.

    They didn’t invite Bill Clinton to their shit.

    Bill Clinton mocked them, saying all they do is piss on trees.

    Now what you’re saying is that the Clinton really IS a member of Bohemian Grove, and that they had a publci spat to mislead people.

    C’mon guys.

    Srsly, now.

    Don’t you think the real rub here is that those in power want Blacks to believe that there’s a power structure that prohibits the advancement of Black people?

    Ursula Burns, Richard Parson – all black CEOs, some of the most powerful people in the world…how did they break through?

    By leading multi-billion dollar companies, they’re more powerful than Prime Ministers of shitty little countries like Haiti.

    So did they get initiated by Killuminatti?

    LOL. No. They worked hard, niccas. Try it some time. Crack open a fucking book. Nobody’s holding you back except YOU.

  19. absence of heat Says:

    smh @ this nigga cOLD doing the electric slide in vegas

    ^ zero inhibitions b…. Im talking air guitar, Tom Cruise risky business steez.

  20. b-ease Says:

    i HATED “big pimpin”

    ^^
    Mr.Me Too. I fuck with the majority of the rest of that LP though.

    What up, *daps all*

  21. DJ Chase Says:

    is there an always go to song, to get the party rocking a gain. Like some shit you keep in a gold case for occasions the shit is dying and you gotta do something drastic?

    ^Several. But it varies depending on the make-up of the crowd. But whenever I’m losing the crowd, I revert to Biggie or Jay. BIG Interlude will turn the party around really quickly.

    Benjamins, Frankie Beverly Before I let go (for the older crowd), Damn near ANY beyonce song, but right now, Party get the chicks on your side.

    For real hip hop heads, i never lose the crowd. As long as you listen to and fuck with Nas, Jay and Big, we’ll rock out all night. But those crowds are rare out here, at least not for the entire night. There’s a lot of Bar hopping on U street

  22. I got that Courtney Love for ya' Says:

    The people were not fucking with J. Cole. That track almost crushed the momentum i had built up. But i anticipated that, and quickly switched up to Jay’s Is that Yo Bitch.
    —————–
    Why would you place Mr. Nice Watch anyway??? Can’t get Enough would make more sense for a party.

    *sigh*

  23. mel kiper III Says:

    this nigga cOLD be in the club doing the Cotton Eye Joe to B.E.P

  24. absence of heat Says:

    MK3, you need to lighten up… let loose and enjoy more. No women wants a corn with dry humor who can’t act a fool at times.

  25. mel kiper III Says:

    zero inhibitions b…. Im talking air guitar, Tom Cruise risky business steez

    ^
    LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    i respect it

  26. Jersey*made*me Says:

    There’s a group called Bohemian Grove.

    Supposedly they’re Killuminatti.

    They didn’t invite Bill Clinton to their shit.

    Bill Clinton mocked them, saying all they do is piss on trees

    ^^

    They knew Bill liked to fuck women and not boy pussy,that’s why…

  27. DJ Chase Says:

    smh @ this nigga cOLD doing the electric slide in vegas

    ^ zero inhibitions b…. Im talking air guitar, Tom Cruise risky business steez.

    ^Thats how it should be tho.

  28. Beezy Says:

    David Gergen

    find him, and you’ll find ‘illuminati’on …

  29. b-ease Says:

    also didn’t get the response that I expected when I played Mr. Nice Watch this weekend.

    ^^
    That song is fucking awful. Should’ve played that joint with Trey Songz, no homo.

  30. Jackson7 Says:

    *daps b-ease*

  31. Beezy Says:

    co-sign 40ft stone owls at Bohemian Grove

  32. mel kiper III Says:

    MK3, you need to lighten up… let loose and enjoy more. No women wants a corn with dry humor who can’t act a fool at times.

    ^
    liquor fixes that real fast like tho

    from wallflower to life of the party in about 16 oz

  33. absence of heat Says:

    Thats how it should be tho.

    ^ word.

  34. Jersey*made*me Says:

    whaddup b-ease

    LMAO @ parents playing J Cole to wind down sleepovers

  35. DJ Chase Says:

    Why would you place Mr. Nice Watch anyway??? Can’t get Enough would make more sense for a party.

    ^That song wouldn’t work with the tempo that i was working with at the time. Mr. Nice Watch did. But the crowd wasn’t feeling it.

    As a DJ, its also my job to introduce people to music that they wouldn’t otherwise think knocks. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesnt

  36. NovemberEnd Says:

    Never a fan of The Roots …. respect Black Thought as an MC and Questlove as a drummer and his wisdom of music

    probably pointless to want a solo record from Thought, it would have happened by now If he was really interested.

  37. Jackson7 Says:

    shitty little countries like Haiti.

    ————————

    tinyurl.com/3khmvoz

  38. b Says:

    If I wanted to move into one of yall kizzas neighborhood the property value automatically goes down, one brother gets elected and all of a sudden shit is all good huh. yasser u must be soft shoeing it to death over there playa

  39. Chief Ali Says:

    There’s a group called Bohemian Grove.

    Supposedly they’re Killuminatti.

    They didn’t invite Bill Clinton to their shit.

    Bill Clinton mocked them, saying all they do is piss on trees.

    Now what you’re saying is that the Clinton really IS a member of Bohemian Grove, and that they had a publci spat to mislead people.

    —–

    where you even get your information from bro?

    who linked Bohemian Grove and the Illuminati? Do you know even know what the Illuminati is, or what their mission statement was when they were founded by Adam Weishaupt? The dissolvement of all governments and world religions?

    Since you so fond of mentioning Bill Clinton and taking soundbites out of context, check out the book Tragedy and Hope written by Carol Quigley, Clinton’s mentor…You can also check out The Anglo American Establishment, also by Carol Quigley

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